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## Calculate monthly installment

Dear Experts,

I am new in the whole analytic and need your help.

Let's assume I have multi able installment every month each installment with a different period I need to know every month how much I am going to pay start from this month till the end of the installment.

the data looks like this

 Liability Transaction Date Purchase Description Installment Amount Installment count Total Installment Period Total Amount Remaining amount Pay Off Month Visa 10/11/2019 Fridge 231.12 8 12 2,773 924.50 10/11/2020 Cash 10/04/2020 Money transfer 466.50 3 12 5,598 4,198.50 10/04/2021 Master 10/11/2019 TV 291.58 8 12 3,499 1,166.33 10/11/2020

I need to know how much  I am going to pay every month as total or per Liability

Thank you very much

also in Power BI desktop, it takes the currency from the calendar the new version of May 2020 I am not able to change the currency symbol.

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If I understand correctly, you should probably refer to the cumulative sum something like below:

``Measure = CALCULATE(SUM('Table'[Installment Amount]),FILTER(ALL('Table'),[Pay Off Month]<=MAX('Table'[Pay Off Month])),VALUES('Table'[Month]))``

Month is a calculated column:

``Month = MONTH('Table'[Pay Off Month])``

For the issue of change currency, I just tested it on side, and it works fine, I'm using the June version:

Version: 2.82.5858.641 64-bit (June 2020)

Community Support Team _ Dina Ye
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Community Support

If I understand correctly, you should probably refer to the cumulative sum something like below:

``Measure = CALCULATE(SUM('Table'[Installment Amount]),FILTER(ALL('Table'),[Pay Off Month]<=MAX('Table'[Pay Off Month])),VALUES('Table'[Month]))``

Month is a calculated column:

``Month = MONTH('Table'[Pay Off Month])``

For the issue of change currency, I just tested it on side, and it works fine, I'm using the June version:

Version: 2.82.5858.641 64-bit (June 2020)

Community Support Team _ Dina Ye
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more
quickly.

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